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Dennis Carradin asks a simple question about an often disputed topic: How do father's show love to their children? Dennis will explore the different ways a father shows love and affection towards their children as well as attempting to break the societal stigma of being an "overly emotional" father. He will also discuss a father's actions/reactions during times of crisis and tragedy while giving some personal life experiences as a father. Join in on Wednesday, June 23rd at 10 PM.
How Strong Is Your #Love? How Deep Are Your #Wounds? Join Prophet Joshua D Mills for another inspiring episode on the Tangible FIRE Broadcast. Let's explore the Kingdom together, as we talk about the "Power of The Father's Love". You don't want to miss this night of inspiration and prophecy.Dial in Live to the show 917-388-4161!!! Hope to see you there!!!
Good Deeds Presents International Author Darrell Freeman, Jr. Does conceiving a child mean the same as being a Parent? A Father's Love. It is not greener on the other side!
Darrell Freeman Jr is from Crowley, Louisiana , currently resides in Lake Charles, Louisiana with his family. He is 32 years old graduated from North Texas Job Core with a G.E.D and Pre Plumbling Apprenticeship Degree published his first book Reality is always there in 2010 his poem American Dream was featured in Wein and Eber's poetry anthology called From a window, in 2013 he released Remember My Name and A Dreadful day.his work has also been featured in eight anthology.
A Dreadful Day: The Day My Whole Life Changed
This is a story about a family torn apart. In this story you will witness everything a father goes through to show his kids that they are loved. You will also witness how a mother can be heartless towards one child but loving towards the other. Sometimes it's a father that holds the family together. When a woman is scorned her rage has no limits and no one is safe. See what happens when a mother can't control her anger. And the only ones to unleash your rage on are her kids. Everyone isn't parent material and giving birth doesn't necessarily make you a good mother. A dreadful day, the day my whole life changed.
Pastor J. Rouse Sermon/Message Series courtesy of Rouse Ministries Broadcasting & Communications Online & On Air Productions:
"A FATHER'S LOVE: Positioned For Prayer" - Father's Day Sunday Sermon/Message...(Joshua 1:1-9):
Order of Worship:
- Opening by Laos In Harmony "The Introduction";
- Intercessory Prayer;
- Ministry in Music;
- Scripture: Joshua 1:1-9;
- Sermonic Hymn;
- Pastor J. Rouse Sermon/Message "A Father's Love: Positioned For Prayer";
- Altar Call;
- Closing Hymn.
"What was your father like?" Most people, who have trouble receiving God's love, view God as somewhat similar to their natural father. Whether he was not affectionate, non verbal, never home, emotionally distant, abusive or abandoned them, their view of God was affected. In Romans, I Paul taught how people search for Father God's love in all the wrong places (destructive relationships, sexuality, addictions, perversion, adultery) or performing for acceptance or affection or affirmation when they are not able to receive Father God's perfect love and unconditional acceptance.
The role of fatherhood is most serious. Early on in life a young male is referred to a "little man". Into the psyche is what comes next after little man is a "big man", a working man, and of course a father. A father fills his space most efficiently when he is a working father, employed, earning money. The father's desire is not to be jobless. When this father becomes jobless the glory he experiences when working is exchanged for a feeling of unimportance. This is so not acceptable America. This is exactly what is happening to fathers across America this fathers day. Greed of other men robs fathers of the feeling of being glorious and exchanges it for being unimportant. Fathers are important, not only to children, they sired, but to many children of other men, to communites and this nation. The love a father exhibits toward his children is special and just as special as that love is, should that same father become jobless, you are less likely to witness a broken bond with father and child. Men have their own version of what a man is, what a father is. When a man becomes a father, and actually fathers his child, he provides a nourishment to the child that stays with that child a lifetime. But the father is fragile in that he equats his manhood with his ability to support his child.
Mine eyes have seen the glory of men who love one another and who love their children and the proof of that love is in the lives of those families. A wonder to behold. And those families, they speak the names of those fathers every day and all because those fathers desires to work, to raise, provide for and protect his children was made reality in the land of opportunity. Happy Father's Day America!
DAVID KARCHERE is an author, speaker, poet, workshop leader and foremost thought leader on Primal Spirituality worldwide. David has created and led unique workshops for spiritual awakening and personal transformation for thousands of people. He has also developed The Creative Field Project, a global network of small groups that meet to further the work of Primal Spirituality. David describes Primal Spirituality as the spirituality that human beings experience at birth which, ideally, blossoms and grows as a person matures. It is a person’s innate knowing of Universal Being within themselves and other people, and within all Creation. It is spirituality before any religious belief or spiritual practice, and it is the original teaching of all true spiritual teachers before the interpretations of people who follow them and come after them.
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When one prays, it changes things. Please join me as we pray on tonight and play some of the greatest gospel hits from
Back to back music: Introduction of Music to the station
Psalmist Karen Showell
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Soul Mates is the topic for July 29, 2014 show at 8pm Eastern. Pamela will explain what a soul mate is, the different types of soul mates, and affirmations to use to help manifest your soul mate. For questions on the topic call (646) 478-0020.
Pamela Cummins is the “Musical Psychic” who specializes in love and relationships, personal growth, life direction, and dream interpretation. She is available for readings, psychic development coaching, and singles coaching. Pamela host “The Love Channel Show,” is a frequent guest on numerous radio shows, and has written for many publications. She is the author of Psychic Wisdom on Love and Relationships and Insights for Singles: Steps to Find Everlasting Love. For more information visit www.pamelacummins.com
Fun , Crazy show about love , relationships , sex & and every day stuff. Your hosts Lizette & Mike are Married and this is there second marriage for both. They have a teenage daughter and that brings alot of funny stories. Great info and insites for married and single people. Call in and join in the crazyness.
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